Let’s Plan a Roadtrip!

This post brought to you by PA Tourism. All opinions are 100% mine.

It is mere weeks before families will be pushing overstuffed suitcases into trunks, grabbing the map and herding the kids into the backseat for the summer roadtrip.

plan a roadtrip

Let's plan a roadtrip.

The open road.

The adventure ahead.

The kids screaming in the backseat.

The kids screaming in the backseat?

There is NO excuse for kids screaming in the backseat! 

Family roadtrips should be fun for the entire family.  It is a time when memories can be made together while mom snaps a picture for the photo album.

Finding things that the entire family will enjoy just became a lot easier with Roadtrip-a-Matic.  Roadtrip-a-Matic makes planning pa-roadtrips a cinch {and it is super fun to use}.

Roadtrip-a-Matic PA Kidsylvania tour

Simply click on pa-roadtrips and check out the more than 15 Roadtrip-a-Matic options.  There are roadtrips planned out for every interest from family-friendly destinations, Civil War Trails, Leaf Peepers, to Ghost Rides.

I went straight to the Kidsylvania tours.  There are three different 3 day road trips in this category:  Welcome to the City of Brotherly Love, Swing on through the Steel City and Family Fun and Adventure Awaits in the Alleghenies.

Each is organized in a day one, day two and day three format with an itinerary planned for each day.  There are suggested detours, places to stay, links to events in the area, and the roadtrip map.

I had NO idea that Pennsylvania had so many museums for kids!  Each of the Kidsylvania roadtrips feature at least one hands-on children's museum that I know my kids would love.  My favorite tour for our family {3 boys ages 6-11} was the Alleghenie Kidsylvania roadtrip.  It included 3 different children's museums and a stop at the Slinky Action Zone near where the nostalgic toy was invented.

What are YOUR roadtrip plans this summer?


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About Holly

Kids Activities Blog is Holly's blogging home.

She is the mom of three boys ages 7, 10 and 12 who partially homeschools. She believes that you shouldn't have to buy stuff to have fun when there is a kitchen junk drawer full of possibilities.

She can also be found at Business 2 Blogger, on Twitter as @QuirkyMommaSite or @Texasholly, but her favorite place to hang out is on Google +.